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Gender and Race in Politics: A Conversation

Gender and Race in Politics: A Conversation

Led by Krysta Jones, co-chair of Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative, this engaging non-partisan discussion will focus on efforts to diversify the voices at the political table. The panel will include Lucinda Robb, granddaughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson and co-author of an upcoming book on the Nineteenth Amendment; Susannah Wellford, Founder of Running Start; Michele Jones Galvin, descendant of Harriet Tubman and Co-Chair of the New York State Centennial Suffrage Conference; and Christine Reuther and Dr. Monica Taylor, both recently elected to Delaware County, PA Council. 

Registrants will receive a link to the live Zoom discussion room. The room will open 10 minutes prior to the start of the event.

While this program is available for free, we encourage you to consider an optional Pay What You Wish ticket to help us provide more engaging experiences like these during this time of temporary closure. Alternatively, if you would like to receive a formal gift acknowledgement for your donation, consider making a contribution using our donation form online. We appreciate your support!

This event is sponsored by Chase, PECO, Qurate Retail Group, the Arcadia Foundation and the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls.